Medical services are provided by more than 30 volunteer doctors, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and registered nurses who staff regular appointment hours at the Clinic.
Over 30 non-clinical volunteers staff the clinic’s front office, prescription assistance program, spiritual support service, and management functions (e.g., fundraising, grant writing, donor relations, publicity and social media management.
Cassi Kilpatrick, RN, BSN the Executive Director, is responsible for all aspects of the clinic, to include public relations, donor support, as well as State and National Free Clinic Association partnerships.
Dr. Steven Kessel, MD, provides guidance and leadership throughout Good Neighbor Medical Clinic. He helps create protocols and guidelines for clinical staff and provides patient care.
Joyce Smith, RN, coordinates patient referrals for special services, coordinates women’s health screening services through Best Chance Network and supports patient education.
Janie Lackman, is the Director of Development. Janie has 17 years experience in development within Beaufort County most recently at LowCountry Habitat for Humanity.
Taylor Vincent, student intern graduated from the University of South Carolina where she studied exercise science. She assisted in the clinic and ran the social media pages for Good Neighbor Medical Clinic and is now helping with bookkeeping. She will be attending MUSC for medical school in the fall!
Kim Harrison, the Clinical Director, oversees all clinical volunteers and clinical operations, including standards of care and special projects like our COVID-19 “pop-up” vaccination clinic!
Sharon McElveen oversees the day-to-day non-clinical operations at Good Neighbor, including volunteer coordination, patient eligibility and registration, and front desk tasks.
Jenny Meyers, RN, BSN runs the day-to-day clinic operations team. She assists all providers and oversees volunteer nursing care at Good Neighbor Medical Clinic!
Addison Boswell, student intern recently graduated from the University of South Carolina where she studied Public Health. She assists in the clinic along with helping out in the office and working on tasks as assigned.